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Mexico, Aztec, Spanish and republican a historical, geographical, political, statistical and social account of that country from the period of the invasion by the Spaniards to the present time : with a view of the ancient Aztec empire and civilization, a historical sketch of the late war, and notices of New Mexico and California by Brantz Mayer

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Published by S. Drake in Hartford .
Written in English

Subjects:

  • Mexico -- History.,
  • Mexico -- Description and travel.,
  • Mexico -- Statistics.

Book details:

Edition Notes

Statementby Brantz Mayer.
GenreStatistics.
The Physical Object
Pagination2 v. :
ID Numbers
Open LibraryOL14022714M

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Dec 30,  · Funeral ceremonies were celebrated, with great pomp, in Mexico, in honor of the defunct monarch; and, on the 22d of February, , the resignation of the viceroyalty by Flores,—who desired heartily to retire from public life—was graciously accepted by the Spanish court, and his successor named, in the person of the second Count Revilla-Gigedo. Dec 30,  · Mexico, Aztec, Spanish and Republican/Volume 1/Book 2/Chapter 4. From Wikisource Mexico, Aztec, Spanish and Republican/Volume 1 () A religious dispute, in such a community as Mexico then was, seemed, indeed, an affair of no small moment, especially when it arose in so tempestuous a period of the nation and was the first occasion to. Dec 30,  · Mexico, Aztec, Spanish and Republican/Volume 1/Book 1/Chapter From Wikisource Mexico, Aztec, Spanish and Republican‎ | Volume 1. will present the student with some national characteristics of a race that still inhabits Mexico jointly with the Spanish emigrants. Dec 31,  · In the centre of the quadrangle around which this edifice is erected is the fine bronze statue of Charles IV., cast in the capital by a native Mexican. It is an admirable work, and before the revolution stood in front of the cathedral in the plaza or great square. The Spanish sovereign is habited in an antique Roman dress, and is seated on horseback.